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Old 10-22-2013, 05:45 AM   #211
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I'm just upset we took him in the 3rd and between injuries and suspension, he has hardly been worthwhile, yet has the talent that another team is going to benefit from on a lesser investment.
I don't know what Davis did to be in Shanny's doghouse but its clear that if Paul, Paulsen, and reed are seeing more time, Davis is gone. It seems stupid to wait until now.
I can only imagine how upset you're going to be when you learn he was drafted in the 2nd round. Personally, if he ain't worth a damn to the team anymore, it's time to cut your losses and move on.

Also, seperate note here, when has starting a qb you picked up off the street two weeks ever really worked out for an NFL team? Terrible move by the Vikes there.
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Old 10-22-2013, 07:45 AM   #212
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Police Question Suspect In Jets Fan Fight

J-E-T-S Jets Jets Jets.

Look at this typical, north jersey piece of trash punch a blond chick while smiling like its a joke. amazingly people around him dont do a damn thing about it. Says alot about them and that community
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Police Question Suspect In Jets Fan Fight

J-E-T-S Jets Jets Jets.

Look at this typical, north jersey piece of trash punch a blond chick while smiling like its a joke. amazingly people around him dont do a damn thing about it. Says alot about them and that community
I saw the video, and I think there's room for interpretation. The chick got all up in his face looking for a fight, well that's usually what happens when you do that. Idk who started it or who's fault it was, but I think blame can be equally applied to both sides. He definitely could've handled it better than punching her in the face, but there really wasn't a reason for her to go get all up in his face either. Whatever the disagreement is, keep your distance and either hash it out or walk away. Nothing good ever happens when you go seeking out trouble like that. And yeah I say all this even after reading the article that the guy did hard time in prison for killing another guy. I'm not saying he's a saint, but the video doesn't make her look like one either.
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I saw the video, and I think there's room for interpretation. The chick got all up in his face looking for a fight, well that's usually what happens when you do that. Idk who started it or who's fault it was, but I think blame can be equally applied to both sides. He definitely could've handled it better than punching her in the face, but there really wasn't a reason for her to go get all up in his face either. Whatever the disagreement is, keep your distance and either hash it out or walk away. Nothing good ever happens when you go seeking out trouble like that. And yeah I say all this even after reading the article that the guy did hard time in prison for killing another guy. I'm not saying he's a saint, but the video doesn't make her look like one either.
Yeah, she's out of control, but Id really like to know what he did that she went out of control like that? Id bet it was something classy he said or did. Still its no excuse to haul and punch her dead in the face while laughing.

Amazing people just stand around like that and where is security?
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I saw the video, and I think there's room for interpretation. The chick got all up in his face looking for a fight, well that's usually what happens when you do that. Idk who started it or who's fault it was, but I think blame can be equally applied to both sides. He definitely could've handled it better than punching her in the face, but there really wasn't a reason for her to go get all up in his face either. Whatever the disagreement is, keep your distance and either hash it out or walk away. Nothing good ever happens when you go seeking out trouble like that. And yeah I say all this even after reading the article that the guy did hard time in prison for killing another guy. I'm not saying he's a saint, but the video doesn't make her look like one either.
Yeah, from the previous posts I assumed she was an innocent bystander or was trying to break the fight up.

Instead the girl ran up into the fight swatting at the guy, and hit him first. She wanted to fight, she got hit. Should have been taken downtown and charged like the rest of them, for assault.
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Police Question Suspect In Jets Fan Fight

J-E-T-S Jets Jets Jets.

Look at this typical, north jersey piece of trash punch a blond chick while smiling like its a joke. amazingly people around him dont do a damn thing about it. Says alot about them and that community
Dude's got history

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Scary. Scarier is mom who claims he is a victim.
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Lmao!! Did yal see Jared Allen. Holy crap that's good stuff. Cant help but like that guy
That sack was amazing.

The look on Eli's face was hilarious, as usual.





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Freeman is 16 for 46. Wow.
He is throwing the ball every where except where the receiver is.
To be fair to Freeman, that was simply not even right putting him out there. He just looked clueless and out of sync with his wr's. I blame that on the coach more than Freeman. They should have put Ponder in as Gruden pointed out.
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Y the hell is 2CHAINZ on ESPN FIRST TAKE? Lmao
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List of people with acl's this yr
Thanks to reddit user InheritTheWind for compiling this list:

Torn ACL count to date: 38

LB Victor Butler (NO)
OL Dan Koppen (DEN)
DE Melvin Ingram (SD)
DE Greg Scruggs (SEA)
CB Aaron Berry (NYJ)
LB Jonas Mouton (SD)
WR Jeremy Maclin (PHI)
WR Armon Binns (MIA)
LB Darius Fleming (SF)
LB Jason Phillips (PHI)
FB Mike Zordich (CAR)
OL Bryan Bulaga (GB)
CB Chris Culliver (SF)
WR Arrelious Benn (PHI)
WR Danario Alexander (SD)
WR Joseph Morgan (NO)
WR Vidal Hazleton (NYJ)
DE Phillip Hunt (PHI)
WR Keolah Pilares (CAR)
WR Kevin Elliott (BUF)
TE Dustin Keller (MIA)
CB Richard Crawford (WAS)
DE Will Smith (NO)
FS Stevie Brown (NYG)
OL Maurkice Pouncey (PIT)
RB LaRod Stephens-Howling (PIT)
OL Garry Williams (CAR)
DT Henry Melton (CHI)
RB Vick Ballard (IND)
DT Nate Collins (CHI)
OL Amini Silatolu (CAR)
QB Brian Hoyer (CLE)
LB Bryan Kehl (WAS)
WR Charles Johnson (CLE)
RB Mike Goodson (NYJ)
LB Desmond Bishop (MIN)
QB Sam Bradford (STL)
WR Reggie Wayne (IND)

As a reminder, the anterior cruciate ligament is one of four main ligaments in the knee. There are other important ligaments, such as the LCL — injuries to which are not listed here but have also ended the seasons of players like Brian Cushing.
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^great post on the ACLs. I don't remember people tearing their ACLs so much in the 1970s-80s and early 90's. Wonder why it's like that now.
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Old 10-22-2013, 12:57 PM   #224
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List of people with acl's this yr
Thanks to reddit user InheritTheWind for compiling this list:

Torn ACL count to date: 38

LB Victor Butler (NO)
OL Dan Koppen (DEN)
DE Melvin Ingram (SD)
DE Greg Scruggs (SEA)
CB Aaron Berry (NYJ)
LB Jonas Mouton (SD)
WR Jeremy Maclin (PHI)
WR Armon Binns (MIA)
LB Darius Fleming (SF)
LB Jason Phillips (PHI)
FB Mike Zordich (CAR)
OL Bryan Bulaga (GB)
CB Chris Culliver (SF)
WR Arrelious Benn (PHI)
WR Danario Alexander (SD)
WR Joseph Morgan (NO)
WR Vidal Hazleton (NYJ)
DE Phillip Hunt (PHI)
WR Keolah Pilares (CAR)
WR Kevin Elliott (BUF)
TE Dustin Keller (MIA)
CB Richard Crawford (WAS)
DE Will Smith (NO)
FS Stevie Brown (NYG)
OL Maurkice Pouncey (PIT)
RB LaRod Stephens-Howling (PIT)
OL Garry Williams (CAR)
DT Henry Melton (CHI)
RB Vick Ballard (IND)
DT Nate Collins (CHI)
OL Amini Silatolu (CAR)
QB Brian Hoyer (CLE)
LB Bryan Kehl (WAS)
WR Charles Johnson (CLE)
RB Mike Goodson (NYJ)
LB Desmond Bishop (MIN)
QB Sam Bradford (STL)
WR Reggie Wayne (IND)

As a reminder, the anterior cruciate ligament is one of four main ligaments in the knee. There are other important ligaments, such as the LCL — injuries to which are not listed here but have also ended the seasons of players like Brian Cushing.

thats crazy
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^great post on the ACLs. I don't remember people tearing their ACLs so much in the 1970s-80s and early 90's. Wonder why it's like that now.
Athletes are muscularly bigger, stronger and faster while the ligaments are the same size. Basically the torque and other biomechanic activities of athletes are too much for the smaller components of our body that we can't strengthen.
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